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We ask three women for their experiences ‘I want to marry an Irishman.” So says one American female who has posted her profile on one of thousands of internet dating sites.
Elaborating, she says that her ideal Irishman will be ready to have babies, will be family- oriented and hard-working.
“It seems a guy gets really drunk, stumbles into you and hopes for the best – that has definitely happened to me on more than one occasion! “It’s impossible to sum up an entire nationality of men.
But from what I’ve observed, Irish men seem to feel the need to prove their manliness in front of their mates, and that type of macho behaviour is telling of insecurity.
I wouldn’t like to be marrying any man who had that.” American Clare Kleinedler (37), recently moved to Ireland and is testing out the dating scene “I briefly dated a couple of Irish guys in San Francisco when I lived there for college, and I am just starting to date here.
“The biggest difference I notice between American men and Irish men is that Irish men don’t seem to ask women out on dates.
“Here, some of the GAA lads look like they’ve been hit with a hurley a few times too many.
Some Irish men still look like little boys when they grey up.
“They meet someone in school, date that person for 15 years and then have kids and/or get married to them.
“In Australia, men are more conscious about their hair and clothing.